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are adjourned >>> all right. every year we come out to celebrate arbor day in the month of march and i'm happy to kickoff this year arbor day here at this special location. joined with us today we have several guest. i know dan is here, larry stringer is here and our colleagues and our partners in arbor day. today like many other days, trees will be dedicated in someone who has contributed to san francisco either through their work or given back to the environment through culture, through arts and through many of the hard work and we will unveil who will receive this dedication today. as many of you know trees are very important for our communities. they provide us shade, they deter water from going into our storm systems, they provide a place for birds and butterflies and of course they help us clean our air. arbor day is a very important event. it is celebrated not just in america, but all over the world and i'm honored that we are kicking this event. i would like to thank the mayor for bringing arbor day back to san francisco. this is our 8th arbor day. i will welcome mayor lee to the stage
this event. i would like to thank the mayor for bringing arbor day back to san francisco. this is our 8th arbor day. i will welcome mayor lee to the stage. >> thank you the dpw, the recreation department, to all of those who helped us in working today. arbor day, it is an annual celebration that we have struggled very hard to make sure this city appreciate because the trees are part of a great answer and solution to reducing carbon emissions and be sure we have greenery and beautification for our citizens. a lot of my friends celebrated chinese new years in china and this year for chinese new years, wilhelm wundt wilhelm wundt of the one of the gifts they gave to the employees is an air mask. if you don't start contributing to its purification, you don't get the kind of air like you do in san francisco. this is why trees are so important to our nature and this is what i love about the city because when it comes to our environment, we do make some serious investments, whether it's green buildings, waste management or going into electric vehicles or getting everybody to change their habits,
to take this opportunity to use the arbor day to have a cedar tree, a tree that will grow taller than mary or i. it will grow to be a hundred feet tall. it will be a tree that will be celebrated here in san francisco for generations to come and we thought it would be not only appropriate, but we thought it would be our honor by planting this tree in recognition of vivian and her wonderful contributions to our city. and we are especially blessed with maryann honoring us with her presence. it's not that easy for her to get around these days but she has and continues to be part of an incredible twin sisters. but now she's also missing vivian as much as we are and we felt this would be a proper way to create a celebratory atmosphere on how we miss vivian, how much she meant to us and take this opportunity for arbor day to plant this tree in her name. how is that, maryann for a great celebration? >> wonderful. i know my sister from heaven is watching. >> all right. she said vivian is up there applauding us and we have a great time of celebrate. ing. with that, supervisor lee, you should kn
>> happy arbor day, everyone. we have a lot of volunteers from the richmond district center. i grew up in the california area, ended up at uc-davis. i made my way out to san francisco in 1984 when i was a college student. i remember growing up on clement street. i have always lived around in richmond area, just being around a unique area of the richmond, discovering san francisco in the 1980's. >> i am hoping we can not support small businesses like this because they are the unique character that makes neighborhoods like this so rich and lively to live in. >> i have also been active as a community organizer. i worked at the chinese progressive association. i also worked at the mental health center in the richmond district. i have always been passionate about civil rights, equality for everyone. i have a 10-year-old daughter, so having a girl has made me much more sensitive to gender equality issues. i guess i have always been vocal about my politics, but as a supervisor, i have to listen to other perspectives and making decisions. >> very soon there will be of much more seniors in t
in ann arbor. um fans started several street fires pro techlts in louisville there was much bigger celebration and no fires. this was the university first championship since 1986. coming up in sports. larry has all the game highlights. it was a spectacular game. >> it was. >> thousands thes of cancer patients who use marijuana to release the pain could be some changes with that. bay area researchers on the verge of breakthrough that could give patients another reason to use the drug. >> also wonders of the new exploratorium. sneak peek at exploratorium. sneak peek at the new exhibit >> all attempt to destroy democracy by terrorism will fail. >> and the iron lady. talks to bay area man who was among those who knew her best. >> all that is coming up. then later on "jimmy kimmel live". >> thanks tonight. music from kid rock and ryder and rachel is here. i had the strangest dream but last night. dream[ man ] i got this citi thankyou card and started earning loads of points. we'll leave that there. you got a weather balloon, with points? yes i did. [ man ] points i could use f
. they defeated university of michigan wolverines on campus in ann arbor. um fans started several street fires pro techlts in louisville there was much bigger celebration and no fires. this was the university first championship since 1986. coming up in sports. larry has all the game highlights. it was a spectacular game. >> it was. >> thousands thes of cancer patients who use marijuana to release the pain could be some changes with that. bay area researchers on the verge of breakthrough that could give patients another reason to use the drug. >> also wonders of the new exploratorium. sneak peek at exploratorium. sneak peek at the new exhibit >> all attempt to destroy democracy by terrorism will fail. >> and the iron lady. talks to bay area man who was among those who knew her best. >> all that is coming up. then later on "jimmy kimmel live". >> thanks tonight. music from kid rock and ryder and rachel is here. i had the strangest dream but last night. >> i dichlt really? >> i dichlt really? was it romantic >> as you have probably heard former british prime minister margaret thatcher h
for drunken and disorderly conduct. >> disappointed wolverine fans took to the streets of ann arbor and set a series of small fires using furniture like box springs and couches to fuel the fire. firefighters responded to at least 7 fires but only two people were arrested. >>> meanwhile, the louisville players are celebrating as national champs of college basketball. they came back from a 12-point deficit to beat them. join the postgame ceremony and kevin ware could have the honor of cutting down the net. louisville women hope to make it a sweep tonight when they face the university of connecticut in the women's championship game. >> cheryl: mike nicco is up next. >> let's take a look outside. live doppler, we're seeing very clear conditions, dry air on live doppler 7-hd. what we're dealing with, our temperatures are running about 8 to possibly 9 degrees warmer than they were this time yesterday thanks to high pressure bringing warm air with it. we do have an aviation weather warnings, winds will be gusty when you land in sfo. it could be a bumpy ride until 8:00 with northwest winds about 25
conduct. >> disappointed wolverine fans took to the streets of ann arbor and set a series of small fires using furniture like box springs and couches to fuel the fire. firefighters responded to at least 7 fires but only two people were arrested. >>> meanwhile, the louisville players are celebrating as national champs of college basketball. they came back from a 12-point deficit to beat them. join the postgame ceremony and kevin ware could have the honor of cutting down the net. louisville women hope to make it a sweep tonight when they face the university of connecticut in the women's championship game. >> cheryl: mike nicco is up next. >> let's take a look outside. live doppler, we're seeing very clear conditions, dry air on live doppler 7-hd. what we're dealing with, our temperatures are running about 8 to possibly 9 degrees warmer than they were this time yesterday thanks to high pressure bringing warm air with it. we do have an aviation weather warnings, winds will be gusty when you land in sfo. it could be a bumpy ride until 8:00 with northwest winds about 25-35 miles an hour. thank
-- telecommunications. what part of that keeps you up at night. >> >> it is hard to ann arbor. we have a natural disaster protection plan that has been in place for 20 years. the infrastructures are trying to become more resilient. it is probably impossible to prevent disruptions in service but the goal is to retain the service as quickly as possible and for you to live without modern technology until it comes back online. >> yet there for people on the east coast who didn't think they would be without power that long. they tend to think -- correct me if i'm wrong -- that someone will swoop in and fix this. it is the fire department, the police department, all the people in public service. >> well, you need to remember first of all that the ratio of public service to represents is very low. in san jose they have a ratio of about 1,000 to 5,000. i am not sure what san francisco's is because on a day- to-day basis that is plenty. but when we have a disaster and lots of victims all of a sudden, we have to be prepared to help ourselves. we promote something called the community emergency respo
before you as the vice president of the arbor association and the issue i want to talk about is the premature of the fees as a result of the ordinance passed by the board of supervisors. it clearly states that the marina increase in rent will not go up until the project is declared complete and i have a copy of the ordinance if the commission would like to see it. the language is clear and states "the west harbor in the year 2012 [inaudible] completion of the renovation as certified by the general manager whichever occurs later." now, when i asked certification in writing the best that the plark -- or that they could produce is a statement march 13 which it is declaring substantial completion. anybody familiar with construction knows that is not complete. the anticipated completion date is march 31. however, this one document and i am happy to provide this as evidence as well doesn't certify as complete by the general manager. it's a premature application of the rates and for my berkt it is $500 more and under the ordinance. i would like to bring your attention to that
today kim ba won a national arbor day foundation award for all of her work she's done in oakland. she ice done a lot. >> 15,000 trees. >> she still feels it's a drop in the bucket of what oakland needs. >> thanks so much. our weather, beautiful today but changes are on the way, some relief. >> a little bit of cooling wib had complaints in the weather office today. look at the developing marine layer off the shore. some of you may have been going, okay what's that? i mean a little bit of my beach weather going away. all the way down the southern coastline, that's going to be moving inland. we're seeing the temperatures drop quite a bit, 18 degrees cooler in palo alto, 8 degrees cooler in san jose. current temperatures in the peninsula, 60s in san sma taye toe. let's get a look at your next 12 hours. cloud cover developing at the cost line an eventually by tomorrow morning by the bap and some clouds coming in tomorrow and temperatures dropping off in the wednesday forecast. let's get a live look outside. we have clear skies here, the skrus mountain shielding us from the marine layer rig
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on campus in ann arbor. um fans started several street fires pro techlts in louisville there was much bigger celebration and no fires. this was the university first championship since 1986. coming up in sports. larry has all the game highlights. it was a spectacular game. >> it was. >> thousands thes of cancer patients who use marijuana to release the pain could be some changes with that. bay area researchers on the verge of breakthrough that could give patients another reason to use the drug. >> also wonders of the new exploratorium. sneak peek at exploratorium. sneak peek at the new exhibit >> all attempt to destroy democracy by terrorism will fail. >> and the iron lady. talks to bay area man who was among those who knew her best. >> all that is coming up. then later on "jimmy kimmel live". >> thanks tonight. music from kid rock and ryder and rachel is here. i had the strangest dream but last night. dream but last night. >> i dichlt really? >> as you have probably heard former british prime minister margaret thatcher has died. she passed away at age 87 after suffering a st
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fires in ann arbor monday night. as disappointed will bring fans walked out of bars in their team's arena and an arbor, firefighters responded to different items to set on fire in the streets. they included a box spring, what appeared to be a desk, a couch in a wooden pallets. firefighters responded to at least seven fires, but only two people were arrested one of them for disorderly conduct. if a fire captain said the night was not as bad as they anticipated. >> while the louisville men's team is celebrating their wind, a louisville women are gearing up to play tonight. the cardinals seated at no. 5 beef cows 64-57 sunday night. and now face no. 1 you, in new 64-57 sunday night. and now face no. 1 you, in new orleans =-- u [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hotspots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guaran
was just named tree city usa by the arbor day foundation. reporting live in cupertino, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >>> tonight a man is in critical condition after being shot and then driving his vehicle off an embankment in oakland hills. police say it happened around noon. investigators believe an armed man got out of his car and opened fire on a blue honda civic hitting the victim at least twice. trying to get away that driver crossed over the median on keller and plunged down a hill side. police say the motive could be road rage, robbery or a drug deal gone bad. >> checked the vehicle to see if there was evidence that we can recover. we are doing a canvas of the area and contacting witnesses. we'll do background on our victim and see who he is. >> reporter: police say the suspect's vehicle is brown and they have no description of the shooter. >>> it appears he has done this twice exclusive video shows the man accused of driving in the san jose wal-mart did nearly the same thing about four months ago. kris sanchez joins us from a car wash on capitol expressway with the video that
in the abc7 news newsroom shows ann arbor with disappointed fans taking to the streets and setting small items on fire including a box spring, a deck, and a couple. firefighters responded to at least seven fires but only two people were arrested. >> not good. not good. >> what about sportsmanship. >> there is always next year. that team is young. three freshmen and a couple of sophmores, they will be around. >> for the rest of the day, we have live doppler 7 hd at 6:17 showing seven days of dry weather. in san jose, as we look at 87 near h.p. pavilion it is 49 degrees in san jose. a cooler sport around the bay and walnut creek is cooler inland at 44 and low-to-mid 40's for mill valley and palo alto and san francisco. from mount tamalpais this morning, back toward the east bay it is a beautiful sunrise and santa rosa is 41 and napa is 47 and 53 or 54 or 55 degrees for fair filed, and livermore and union city and los gatos. some areas are sheltered from the breeze and cooler this morning in areas with the breeze temperatures are mild. it will be bright and breezy but not windy like yesterd
to be an outdoor game at university of michigan in the big house, in ann arbor. and this is originally supposed to be scheduled this year, but because of the nhl lockout they canceled it and they're going to be playing a hockey game outside, january 1st in the big house in front of 100,000 people and detroit red wings versus the toronto maple leaves. let's take a road trip and do this, next year you and i will be in the stadium one of 100,000 watching hockey. >> harris: okay. i'm on. you'll be married by then, i'll bring my hubby and make it a double date. >> i love it. >> harris: good to see you. enjoy the weather in l.a., we miss you, thank you. quickly just to let everybody know and my fox fast forward i'll be at college of the ozarks on thursday talking with students for the
house in ann arbor. this is original sploised to be schedule this had year but because of the nfl lonhl lockoue playing outside january 1st in the big house in front of 100,000 people. detroit red wings against the maple leaves. you and i will be in a stadium with 100,000 watching hockey. >> okay, i am on. you will be married by then i will bring my hubby. we will make it a date. >> enjoy the brother out there. >> i will be at the college of the owe sglashg concert on thursday talking to students there for their
rhetoric about a possible nuclear war. >> the north's dangerous ann arboring layer missile program threatens not only north korea's neighbors but threatens its own people and tlents the concept of a dream. the united states remains open to authentic globalization on de nukezation but the burden is on pyongyang. >> kerry urged north korea to take meaningful steps. north korea said they would try to de nuclear risize. it took a roll in persuading north korea to pull back from the threats. the u.s. remains open to credible meaningful dialogue and negotiations of korea but the burden is on pyongyang. >> kelly wright, thank you. >> it is time to take a look at who is talking. a big talker on the president's 2014 budget. >> this budget calls for entitlement reforms and even more tax hikes. that causing criticism from republican law americas. >> i think it represents some modest progress but this budget is two months late. it raises taxes another trillion dollars or condemn plate that is and it never balances. i give the president credit he did put this on the table. dick would agree with
in the white house? i'm joined by a presidential historian at arbor university. she has a new book out "the end of leadership." barbara, when you heard that comment, what came to mind? >> well, you know, miguel, i think it was really much more a reference to times past than times present. it's well-known than when president obama was campaigning for the presidency he was gone a lot, for the better part of two years before he actually won the white house. it's not so relevant to their time in the white house. after all, he's got a home office. they live in the same house. they work in the same house. there's a huge emphasis on the girls as we have heard countless numbers of times. so i think it may be a bit of a freudian slip but not one that pertains as much to the present as it does the recent past. >> will it have any effect beyond her on the president himself? >> no. i don't think so. she has been very, very careful since the campaign, certainly since their time in the white house. in that sense she has been an exemplary first lady. as you well know her poll ratings are extremely high. i loo
at that time. we did have a concern about taking him to the mount arbor hospital because the victim police officer was there. it would have presented a major security concern for us. i think that played a role in the decision. but they detoured not too far over. >> the decision not to read him his miranda rights even though at one point you see him getting out of the boat, in that picture he is conscience. how did that decision come about? >> this is a federal case involving a terrorism situation and i was not aware that in the federal system there can be a removal or a discontinuation of miranda rights in emergency situations. so that's exactly what happened. the united states attorney's office advised us not to administer miranda rights. we gave that information out to our officers and i think all law enforcement was operating under those rules of engagement. >> back to the apartment real quickly. there were devices found in the apartment but you can't comment on what? >> no, i didn't say that. i can't comment on any evidence that was found there. sglp anything that was found in the apar
in ann arbor, she will be there saturday night. tweeter extrordanaire, here he comes. ♪ karl ♪ >> stephanie: karl frisch, bullfightstrategies.com ♪ ♪ so inviting to me ♪ ♪ frisch ♪ >> stephanie: good morning, karl frisch. >> good morning. so you said that the last time it happened to you, like there were people hanging out at michael jackson's house. so what ended up happening with that? >> stephanie: i don't know i missed it because it buzz it wasn't about me. look who got a bath it's dexter von frisch! [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> that's right. we had 100 degrees yesterday and it snowed two weeks ago. >> so what is your point? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: lots of great stuff. i'm sure you saw the new poll nbc news poll finds nearly two-thirds of americans -- that's almost 80%, jim, of citizens support giving immigrants a path to citizenship. and you tweeted glad to see usa today is dropping the illegal part of it. >> yeah. i mean if we called everything you know, something like an illegal immigrant or an illegal killer, i mea
. furniture was being put on fire. disappointed fans walked out of bars at an arena in ann arbor, michigan. >>> a heads up for drivers in san francisco. the great highway remains closed this morning. crews are still cleaning up the sand from yesterday's strong winds. no word right now on when the great highway is expected to reopen >>> 7:36. sal, you are watching the macarthur maze and all of the commute. >> we've had slow traffic all over the place. now the macarthur maze, trying to get to it, gonna be slow around the coner -- corner there. you can see traffic is backed up big time here. we're gonna take a look at it. it's not moving very well at all. we're trying to find out if there's anything on the bridge reported westbound. usually all it can take is a slow-moving vehicle or a stalled vehicle. we'll keep an eye on it for you. the morning commute is going to be busy in the south bay. there's a crash southbound 280 connector to northbound 87. that's a minor injuries crash. there's slow traffic in this area. want to move the maps over here to the peninsula where southbound 101 traffic f
and say it's going to stay down filing a lawsuit? >> and the law center in ann arbor michigan stepped up and richard thompson an advocate for us, but we're waiting on word and the next move it to do that. the thing he we want from the city, we want that flag back on the pole and that's the end story for us. >> megyn: how do you like your chances? >> my chances i think are very good. i don't think their chances are good. >> megyn: do you think that's why it's going back up? >> we're waiting on it. i don't know, tell it to the marines. >> megyn: how do the vets feel? >> the vets around the city have been very supportive, around the county have been very supportive and around the state right now in deer park, new york, they flew, they've raised the flag today. the gadsden flag today. >> megyn: keep us posted. >> i will, thanks for having me. >> megyn: stay around, we've got much more right after the break. or good decisions? ones i've made. ones we've all made. about marriage. children. money. about tomorrow. here's to good decisions. who matters most to you says the most about you. at mass
: inside the new product works in ann arbor michigan on shelves groaning with all manner of stuff, you can find a guide to what works and what doesn't. >> we have approximately 120,000 different products in about 350 different categories. >> reporter: this collection of products belongs to a market research company called g.f.x. it's elliott rosen's job to help clients discern fad from fizzle. >> when companies come out with new products, they're often thinking how can we change the world? how can we change people's lives and the way that they work? >> reporter: he says that fewer than 20% of new products succeed. the other 80% probably shouldn't. take toaster eggs. >> actually, kind of a hockey puck of egg. not exactly the most and tieing thing. >> reporter: how about pepsi? for breakfast? >> pepsi has done a lot of brilliant things in their advertising and new products, but this was not one of them. >> reporter: there are success stories here. the swiffer swept away the competition and sweeps in half a billion dollars in annual sales. >> swiffer sweeper cleans so completely you'll never
of bars at an arena in ann arbor, michigan. >>> a heads up for drivers in san francisco. the great highway remains closed this morning. crews are still cleaning up the sand from yesterday's strong winds. no word right now on when the great highway is expected to reopen >>> 7:36. sal, you are watching the macarthur maze and all of the commute. >> we've had slow traffic all over the place. now the macarthur maze, trying to get to it, gonna be slow around the coner -- corner there. you can see traffic is backed up big time here. we're gonna take a look at it. it's not moving very well at all. we're trying to find out if there's anything on the bridge reported westbound. usually all it can take is a slow-moving vehicle or a stalled vehicle. we'll keep an eye on it for you. the morning commute is going to be busy in the south bay. there's a crash southbound 280 connector to northbound 87. that's a minor injuries crash. there's slow traffic in this area. want to move the maps over here to the peninsula where southbound 101 traffic from 380 to 92 i
and you guys about -- first of all i'm so sad i can't be at the show. and i told mary in ann arbor to get a group and grope photo for me. so she is going to try. so i hope you guys have a great show, break a leg, love you. >> stephanie: thank you, sweety. what is your point? >> caller: yeah, i was just talking about the gun thing and how dumbed down our society is and what we watch on tv. and there is a new show called gun-tuckey. >> stephanie: really? >> caller: yeah, and i'm proud to say i have never seen honey boo boo. it's these redneck, nra-loving segregation -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: it's just -- this is what we're watching on television? >> stephanie: i know. it is contributing, somebody is going to name a show herp derp. >> of course. >> stephanie: we're going to let our farts in a second y'all. >> i fell asleep with the tv on a couple of nights ago, and woke up to something called duck dynasty, and these men are in the swamps and hunt ducks -- >> that's the show? >> i'm like people are entertained by this? >> stephanie: really for an hour, just
with us now, live from ann arbor, michigan. you said you were going to shake your booty. did you? >> yes, i did. big time. >> how much did you enjoy that moment? >> that was the best performance i've ever seen him do. >> really? >> and that was -- and that was my fifth concert of his. >> yeah. >> you got to -- you got to talk to bob seger. what did you tell him? what did he say to you? >> he said, hi, evie. i'm so honored to meet you. and he put his arm around me and gave me a kiss and i put my arm around him and gave him two kisses. he is the most wonderful person. >> yeah. >> i just -- i didn't think in my lifetime i would ever get to meet him in person. but i did. >> yeah. >> and i just loved it. i'll never forget that night. >> yeah. >> so evie, explain to us, so you were in a coma, and you woke up after five years. those were your first words. and then did he -- did he send -- he heard about it, right? and he summoned you and said, hey, come to the concert? >> i don't know. the flint journal wrote an article about me in the paper. and then all of a sudden everybody's news stations,
, rocky mountain mike, audra, mary from ann arbor. we have -- tourists -- >> we would spontaneous break into show phrases. like rocky more. they shout the punch line before i get to it. or yell random thoughts like callers on the line. they throw rice. running across the street to the theatre, we were all shooting -- wow! ♪ >> stephanie: from my upstate new york childhood. love you. i thought pam was going to kiss your face off. and you kissed me and it was nice. denise in st. paul. >> she liked it. >> stephanie: i flashed my boobs but that's an every show thing. >> i heard. >> stephanie: someone asked. i don't like to disappoint. they traveled a great distance, many people. >> that's more of like an every night for you. you flash them at passing cars. during spinning class. >> stephanie: still all about the love. i talked about this in the first hour. i'm so touched that people come and share their stories and all of that stuff. including jamie who he has a disease, very painful. he has a connective tissue thing. he's just -- couldn't have been more lovely. he said dear mama, thanks
.s. locations such as ann arbor and michigan. i wish to let emphasize, attract the best available talent to the net states. my comments are largely limited to the use of bases. in early 2009 in the midst of the recession and inspired by the wave of hope and change a group of us left the offshore to study. we were looking to see how u.s. enterprises could leverage a model year in the u.s. we knew the key drivers the lead to the gross. it had been void they built a model of efficiency we posed the question, we built -- can we build similarly competitive factories here in the u.s. we looked at the primary drivers of industry. the first one was economics. if you see the number one user of h-1b visas a large majority are used by the offshore rig industry. also, number one reason why enterprises use offshore and programs is for cost reduction. isn't there a direct correlation how could one missed the linkage it did not matter who the beneficiary is. it could be a large offshore company or a global major like ibm. everyone was using it for one reason alone, reducing cost. the rationale was the
program is community-based individuals who will go out into the community to untraditional places, arbor shots in a salon and knock on doors to find people who would qualify for the exchange. >> that's exactly right. >> these are not elitist to sit by and do they go out and find people to inform them about the benefits of the program. >> people have a track record in history helping people in those communities. >> would this include knocking on doors, canvassing neighborhoods? >> absolutely. >> when an individual is bound to a potentially qualify for the program, what happens next? once the navigator determines this individual qualifies her sister for the tax credit, what happened next? to take them by the hand to some central location and process the claim? >> the easiest way to get people signed up as online. they would hope folks who don't have access to a computer at home go to the community organization location and help them through an online process that can be done. >> let's say the citizen has a computer in their home. all the navigator stand their home, since the individual app
in ann arbor channeling louie armstrong or something. >> no, it is from "sesame street." >> stephanie: it sounds a little -- >> first saw in germany. first episode i saw. >> stephanie: i didn't think we would ever arrive with abbottabad but we have a new theme. ♪ abbottabad ♪ ♪ abbottabad ♪ ♪ >> stephanie: i got into it with a caller last week. do i have the same sympathy for her as the mom of some 8-year-old was blown up? no, i don't think so. when you raise two terrorist bombers, i don't know. a lot of new stuff coming out. here's the other thing. obviously russia failed to share with us exactly the information about -- >> thanks, russia! >> don't tell the americans about this. i've got something brewing. don't worry about it. >> stephanie: because there can be some obama bashing in it. republicans are like oh, the fbi bungled it. maybe because we didn't hear about the phone conversations with her son where they allegedly discussed jihad. that might have been some -- now, a warning? now a warning? >> now, a warning? >> stephanie: why you were warning us? just saying. all r
in an arbor is a deeply deeply silly woman. >> physical exercise prevents you from becoming gay. >> i would like to take him to my gym and see what he thinks about that. >> stephanie: or jason collins' gym. >> stephanie: i need to go ho the back 40. i may not be able to finish the entire show today. >> you could grow food on your property. >> stephanie: i could, and then the dogs would dig it up. investigators have found female dna in at least one of the bombs. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: right away you thought zubeidat but then you are thinking the wife -- >> the widow. >> stephanie: right. they are not sure if it was someone that touched the components beforehand -- and prosecutors for the survivoring -- the alive one we're calling him, dzhokher he would cooperate in exchange for not getting the death penalty. and i have some fun facts -- [♪ fun-facts music ♪]. >> oh, zubeidat fun facts. >> stephanie: yes, there was quite a long piece in the "new york times" on sunday. and the relationship between the mom, zubeidat and tamerlan a little weird. >> a li
jobs, they're hoping to hire about 400 in 2013. they're looking to expand ann arbor, michigan, san antonio, dallas, boston. this is basically a service that comes out to your home, to your business. you can start a contract with them. you get a nice handyman to fix all the things you don't want to and are incapable of. >> gretchen: more important, the latter. the entrepreneur store. >> this is business consulting. so a big new trend. you probably seen me bring a lot of franchise opportunities to the show. people wanted to open up these small business, new business. how do you do that? you need guidance. that's what this company will do. they will say here is what you should pay for your store front and for employees. 300 jobs. they have a sister company, 100 jobs. mostly in the southwestern part of the united states. they're looking to help businesses grow. it's about the small business. we didn't see those jobs coming down, unfortunately. >> gretchen: workout any time? >> 24/7, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. they want to keep it simple. they want to keep costs low. you want t
the model that offshore companies have built in places like manila in such as ann arbor, michigan. a backdrop to my comments, i wish to emphasize as supports the proper use of these pieces -- visas to attract the bt local talent to the united states. thealents are largely services industry. in early 2009 and inspired by hope and change, a group of us left the offshore industry to study and see if we could be a part of a solution that will create american jobs. and after having of short many jobs we're looking to see how enterprises could leverage and ultimate model here in the u.s.. industry had a lower cost of resources and easy mobility of the resources through the use of the program. global services companies have built a model of efficiency with centralize factories and asking ourselves the question, can we build similarly competitive technology services factories here in the u.s.? we looked at pma drivers for industry. the first one was economics. usedu see the number one a t -- use of the visasa, large majority are used by the offshore industry. and this is for cost reductio
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